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Cary Grant Kiss and Makeup, 1934

Cary Grant Kiss and Makeup, 1934

Cary Grant and Genevieve Tobin in "Kiss and Make-Up", 1934 why haven't I seen this yet?

Cary Grant and Genevieve Tobin in "Kiss and Make-Up", 1934 why haven't I seen this yet?

Kiss and Make-Up is a 1934 romantic comedy film starring Cary Grant as a doctor who specializes in making women beautiful. Helen Mack and Genevieve Tobin play his romantic entanglements. The film was based on the play Kozmetika by István Békeffi. All of the WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1934 were cast in roles in the film.[1]  [edit]Cast    Cary Grant as Dr. Maurice Lamar  Helen Mack as Anne  Genevieve Tobin as Eve Caron  Edward Everett Horton as Marcel Caron  Lucien Littlefield as Max Pascal

Kiss and Make-Up is a 1934 romantic comedy film starring Cary Grant as a doctor who specializes in making women beautiful. Helen Mack and Genevieve Tobin play his romantic entanglements. The film was based on the play Kozmetika by István Békeffi. All of the WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1934 were cast in roles in the film.[1] [edit]Cast Cary Grant as Dr. Maurice Lamar Helen Mack as Anne Genevieve Tobin as Eve Caron Edward Everett Horton as Marcel Caron Lucien Littlefield as Max Pascal

Cary Grant as "Dr. Maurice Lamar" in the movie "Kiss and Make-up" (1934).

Cary Grant as "Dr. Maurice Lamar" in the movie "Kiss and Make-up" (1934).

Helen Mack, Cary Grant, Edward Everett Norton, and Genevieve Tobin in Kiss and Make-Up (1934)

Helen Mack, Cary Grant, Edward Everett Norton, and Genevieve Tobin in Kiss and Make-Up (1934)

Cary Grant Kiss and Makeup, 1934

Cary Grant Kiss and Makeup, 1934

Having accidentally inhaled some ether and fallen asleep at the wheel of the taxi he hijacked, Cary Grant is alarmed to find that one of a crate of bunnies has escaped and decided to keep him company in Kiss and Make-Up (1934).

Having accidentally inhaled some ether and fallen asleep at the wheel of the taxi he hijacked, Cary Grant is alarmed to find that one of a crate of bunnies has escaped and decided to keep him company in Kiss and Make-Up (1934).